Professor Susan Prescott, whose research at The University of Western Australia is helping to unravel the causes of allergic diseases in children attending her clinics, will pay tribute to an intrepid grandmother, Lady Monica Prescott – a medical missionary in war-torn China in the 1930s – at a fund-raising function at UWA later this month.
UWA SYMPOSIUM TO CELEBRATE CAREER OF PROFESSOR BRIAN BOSWORTH
The University of Western Australia and the Institute of Advanced Studies will host a symposium next week to celebrate the work of Professor Brian Bosworth, retiring at the end of 2007 after 40 years' service at UWA.
A stellar line-up of local, national and international speakers will gather at The University of Western Australia next month to focus on the complex and sometimes vexed issue of Muslim inclusion in the Western world.
UWA’s Centre for Muslim States and Societies, in conjunction with the Australian Institute of International Affairs (AIIA), is hosting the three-day 2007 Fulbright Symposium ‘Muslim Citizens in the West: Promoting Social Inclusion’, at The University Club from August 1 to August 3.
The Australian national character will come under the microscope at The University of Western Australia next week.
Dr John Hirst’s lecture for UWA’s Institute of Advanced Studies, ‘The Australians: Insiders and Outsiders on the National Character since 1770’, will be held in the Social Sciences Lecture Theatre at 6pm, Tuesday, July 10, 2007.
SymbioticA - the art and science collaborative research laboratory at The University of Western Australia - has won the Golden Nica for Hybrid Art as part of the international Prix Ars Electronica 2007 awards - one of the most important awards for creativity and pioneering activities in the field of digital media.
International collaboration can help combat climate change and WA and Chinese researchers are joining forces to improve climate adaptation strategies and pass on the subsequent benefits to growers.
As part of a A$1.9 million project, The University of Western Australia (UWA) Institute of Agriculture is collaborating with China’s Lanzhou University on a sustainability initiative for dry and cold ecosystems, using west China as a model.
Just under 150 Perth women have contributed to major international
research at the Telethon Institute for Child Health Research that has
proved that the new Cervarix vaccine provides broader protection
against cervical cancer.
‘The Good Universities Guide to MBA and Management Programs' for 2007 has just been published. The guide does not formally rank Schools and programs but puts them in bands for various categories and for some of those categories they award stars.
The good news is that the UWA Business School has received more stars than any other Business School in Australia. And the GMAA also put the UWA MBA programs in the 5 star (top) category.
Congratulations to all staff for this recognition!
Oil tanker captain and EMBA Business School student Suzannah Vaughan was saluted on International Women's Day as the Australian winner of The Veuve Clicquot Award. The award is presented in 16 countries annually to ground-breaking and visionary female business leaders.
ECOMS is off to a cracking start in 2007 with the incredibly successful Careers Fair held in March, First Year Fresher Camp and inter faculty sports. President Hayley Parker provides eBiz with a brief update on what is happening with the committee and activities.
This year's GMA Dinner sponsored by BankWest (24 March at University Club) with Sir Rod Eddington was a great success. The evening started out with a ‘video link' from President Brenna Pavey, who was in the Caribbean for the World Cup Cricket. Business School Dean Tracey Horton followed with some words about the status of the fundraising campaign, new building, and the future of the Business School. GMA Vice President Jo Pownall was awarded the Charles Harper Prize which was presented by Margaret Harper.